3D Art in The Street

When it comes to creativity and art, people demonstrated during time that they can perform miracles. Thus, a form of art, which is not necessarily new, is outlined all around the world. Street art started with the graffiti that decorates the walls since the 80s, but since then it was developed and reinvented quite a lot. Some of the street drawings can be simply called street pieces of art. 3D drawings are one of the most recent forms of artistic representation of those who have their job outside a room with an easel. 3D drawings on the street can be seen from just one angle, in roder to grasp the meaning of it.
Moreover, any art beginner knows that these pieces of art represent a laborious work which demands not only technical knowledge, but also gift, in order to realize an amazing combination of drawings, shades, colors, lights and creativity. Probably one of the most famous 3D drawings artist is Julian Beever, an English artist who studied at Leeds University, Great Britain. Since 1990, Julian practices his style in some of the most important and greatest towns in the world. Thus, through his art, he managed to create ”fake obstacles”, giving the impression to the passers-by that they have to avoid that area, which is nothing but a real 3D drawing.

3D Street Art
3D Street Art

3D Globe
3D Globe

3D Fly
3D Fly

3D Art in the street
3D Art in the street

3D Anamorphic illusion
3D Anamorphic illusion

3D Anamorphic Illusion in the street
3D Anamorphic Illusion in the street

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3 Responses
  1. Wow, that is some pretty incredible art! In Florence this summer I saw many street artists drawing famous paintings on the ground in chalk, like The Last Supper, and they were gorgeous. But I have never seen anything like this street art — I almost thought it was computer-manipulated at first! I have no artistic talent so I am extremely impressed to see something this good :)

  2. Eduardo says:

    Awesome graphics… keep up the good work.

  3. KOOKOO says:

    Perfectly great. What type of crayon do these artists use?

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